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  • Giant torch unveiled in US in honour of Indian spiritual guru

    Giant torch unveiled in US in honour of Indian spiritual guru

    A giant torch, which is a replica of the Olympic torch, was unveiled in New York in honour of Indian spiritual leader Chinmoy Kumar Ghose.

  • When 'Liking' a brand online voids the right to sue

    When 'Liking' a brand online voids the right to sue

    General Mills, has quietly added language to its website to alert consumers that they give up their right to sue the company if they download coupons.

  • It's official: Yahoo's former No. 2 made a lot more than his boss

    It's official: Yahoo's former No. 2 made a lot more than his boss

    De Castro, was also awarded $11 million in salary and stock-based compensation in 2013 and $39 million in 2012.

  • Female candidate navigates hurdle-filled campaign trail in India

    Female candidate navigates hurdle-filled campaign trail in India

    She marched through her campaign office like a candidate from almost anywhere in the world, girding herself to address a scrum of reporters.

  • It's official: Yahoo's former no. 2 made a lot more than his boss

    It's official: Yahoo's former no. 2 made a lot more than his boss

    Henrique de Castro, who was fired in January as Yahoo's chief operating officer, received about $96 million in compensation for his 15-month stint

  • When 'liking' a brand online voids the right to sue

    When 'liking' a brand online voids the right to sue

    General Mills, the maker of iconic cereals like Cheerios and Chex as well as brands like Bisquick and Betty Crocker, has quietly added language to its website to alert consumers that they give up their right to sue the company if they download coupon...

  • Commentary: There's a Moon out tonight

    Commentary: There's a Moon out tonight

    You may not have noticed, but we survived an end-of-the-world moment again this week when a lunar eclipse made the moon look sort of reddish.

  • Global shares rally on China growth relief; dollar slips

    Global shares rally on China growth relief; dollar slips

    Fed Chair Janet Yellen told the Economic Club of New York that the US economy appeared to be slowly moving toward full employment, but that it would need help from the central bank for some time to come.

  • Malala Yousafzai portrait up for auction in New York

    Malala Yousafzai portrait up for auction in New York

    A portrait of Malala Yousafzai, the Pakistani schoolgirl shot in the head by the Taliban, is expected to fetch up to $80,000 for her charity when it is auctioned in New York next month.

  • VMware says to invest Rs 3,000 crore in India over three years

    VMware says to invest Rs 3,000 crore in India over three years

    The new investment will include about $70 million of unused funds from a $120 million investment plan announced last year, Chief Executive Pat Gelsinger said in a press conference in Bangalore.

  • Sweetness is found in a slice

    Sweetness is found in a slice

    Long before the food revolution in England brought us gastro pubs, Jamie Oliver and the Fat Duck, there was British marmalade. Dense with chunks of candied Seville orange peel and darkened with Demerara sugar, marmalade is one of the gems of traditional British cooking. The finest are thick enough t...

  • With many still missing, divers search sunken South Korean ferry

    With many still missing, divers search sunken South Korean ferry

    Coast guard and navy divers searched a ferry Wednesday after it sank off the southwestern tip of South Korea while taking hundreds of high school students to a resort island.

  • A tweet in jest has real consequences

    A tweet in jest has real consequences

    Youthful pranks in the age of Twitter are no laughing matter, especially if you are a 14-year-old Dutch girl impersonating a terrorist.

  • Tech giants look to skies to spread Internet

    Tech giants look to skies to spread Internet

    The shortest path to the Internet for some remote corners of the world may be through the skies.

  • Revised SAT won't include obscure vocabulary words

    Revised SAT won't include obscure vocabulary words

    The College Board will release details of its revised test, with sample questions and explanations of the goals behind them.

  • IIFA begins early with Bollywood flash mob in Times Square

     IIFA begins early with Bollywood flash mob in Times Square

    New York's crowded Times Square had no idea that April 13 would bring with it a Bollywood bang.

  • New York drops unit that spied among Muslims

    New York drops unit that spied among Muslims

    The New York Police Department has abandoned a secretive program that dispatched plainclothes detectives into Muslim neighborhoods to eavesdrop on conversations and built detailed files on where people ate, prayed and shopped, the department said.

  • Facebook forces users to install separate messaging app

    Facebook forces users to install separate messaging app

    You've heard of shotgun weddings? Well, Facebook is imposing a shotgun upgrade on everyone who uses its mobile apps. But the company swears you'll live happier ever after.

  • New York police disband unit that spied on Muslims

    New York police disband unit that spied on Muslims

    A special New York Police Department unit that sparked controversy by tracking the daily lives of Muslims in an effort to detect terror threats has been disbanded, police officials said on Tuesday.

  • Ukraine worries weigh on global shares, drive up bonds

    Ukraine worries weigh on global shares, drive up bonds

    Concerns over escalating conflict in Ukraine drove US bond purchases, while data showing disappointing growth in manufacturing in New York state pointed to sluggishness in the economy and added to the bid for safe-haven bonds.

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